Macmillan Cancer Support

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Macmillan Cancer Support

A charity founded in 1911 by Douglas Macmillan, which is the largest cancer care and support charity in the UK, providing medical, financial, emotional and practical help for people with cancer. Macmillan’s budget comes from legacies, corporate donations and fundraising activities and goes towards healthcare, dissemination of information, financial and emotional support and services and campaigning.
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Family flowers only, donations in lieu of flowers to Macmillan Cancer Care and Beatson Cancer Care.
Glenn McKerracher has raised funds for Macmillan Cancer Care and a trip to Malawi to take part in building projects.
Charities set to benefit from the dip included the Great North Air Ambulance, Macmillan Cancer Care and the MS Society.
Family flowers only, donations in lieu to Macmillan Cancer Care, a donation box will be available at the crematorium.
Thanks to the generosity of staff, patients and visitors last year, BMI was able to hand over a cheque for almost PS12,000 to Macmillan Cancer Care.
So far, this year, we have had a MacMillan Coffee Morning to support MacMillan Cancer Care, pyjama non-uniform day to support Children in Need, Red Nose Day event to support Comic Relief and Wear a Hat Day to support Brain Tumour Research.
Within the last ten years such NGS events have raised PS23 million for nursing and caring charities, and are the biggest source of funds for both Macmillan Cancer Care and Marie Curie.
Donations in lieu of floral tributes to Macmillan Cancer Care.
It was held at Vox Resorts World, in support of the Macmillan Cancer Care charity.
Councillor Iona Gordon |warmly invites friends and neighbours to a Big Coffee Morning raising money for Macmillan Cancer Care in the Conway, Conway Road, Cardiff, 10.
Joseph Deavall, 10, will swim around 200 lengths to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Care and Myton Hospice after finding out his grandmother, Liz Fincham, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
The Manchester-based firm, which counts construction firm AMEY, Macmillan Cancer Care and the NSPCC as clients, said its new "go2" software will allow it to track the business people who use its services.